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"MMMMM 001" by on 11.22.2005
Forge on Valhalla, 11/22/05
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Subject: WHAT, is this?
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I glitched out of Valhalla, flew up for about 30 minutes, and this, is what I found. Does anyone know what this is? Thanks.

  • 06.07.2008 1:24 PM PDT

Here's to you, Bungie. 7,777 Covenant Heads on my spear.

Whoa, that is sick. It looks like a giant eye, 5/5 it looks awesome.

  • 06.07.2008 1:27 PM PDT
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My new desktop backround.

Good stuff.

  • 06.07.2008 2:52 PM PDT

Fifty3 keno

a fake sun.... but my new background too.. hahahah.

  • 11.20.2008 4:00 PM PDT

I assume that, in creating the map, Bungie used several layers to produce the final product seen from the ground. Once you move past the "atmosphere" layer, the constant background of the sun and halo ring remain in their pure forms.
I recently used the same glitch to float around above and around the map. What I found interesting is that there is eventually a ceiling which you can not pass through by any means, which defeats any hope of flying further toward the sun. That led me to believe that it, along with the halo ring, is a constant background and not a 3D object floating around very far away.
Anyway, nice screenshot. I took one very similar to that while on my aforementioned virtual journey.

[Edited on 12.24.2008 12:43 AM PST]

  • 12.24.2008 12:41 AM PDT


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